L.Kucher State-run enterprise Energoatom, the operator of Ukrainian-based nuclear power plants, posted UAH 1.3 billion, or US$49.3 million, in losses in 2017, against UAH 232.8 million ($8.8 million) in net profit in 2016. Energoatom&#39;s net revenue from electricity sales grew by 6.7% in 2017, to UAH 38.488 billion ($1.5 billion) from UAH 36.068 billion ($1.4 billion) in 2016, according to the Energoatom press service, referring to the company&#39;s 2017 financial report. Meanwhile, Energoatom&#39;s gross profit in the reporting period reduced from UAH 5.7 billion ($216.3 million) in 2016 to UAH 4.8 billion ($182.2 million). Read alsoU.S. Westinghouse to continue nuclear fuel delivery to Ukraine through 2025UNIAN memo. Energoatom is Ukraine&#39;s largest electricity producer, accounting for about 50% of the country&#39;s overall power output. Energoatom is responsible for the safe operation of the country&#39;s nuclear power plants. Ukraine ranks seventh globally in terms of the installed capacity of its nuclear power generating units. Energoatom operates four nuclear power plants across Ukraine with a total of 15 power generating units, all with VVER-type reactors. Zaporizhia nuclear power plant, operating six power units with a total capacity of 6 GW, is Europe&#39;s largest.